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Relearning to Read in 2014

So many things change, so much remains the same. New media has presented so many new challenges in all aspects of our lives but perhaps where we are effected most is how we digest written text. It is a constantly changing environment and due to the speed of change a status quo has yet to […]

Queer Links from the Week

Translation: "I Prevented Suicide" ... Hong Seok-cheon confesses a case where he counseled a homosexual "자살 막았다"…홍석천, 동성애자 상담 사례 고백

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[TV리포트=홍의석 기자] 홍석천이 상담으로 자살을 막은 사실을 고백했다.

[TV Report: Hong Eui-seok] Hong Seok-cheon confessed that his counseling led to a preventing a suicide.

HOLY ONE MILLION VIEWS BATMAN!!

We have AWESOME news everyone! We have hit a milestone on our Youtube channel! If you can’t guess what it was from the title, then watch the video below!



WE HIT ONE MILLION VIEWS!

Thank you to our awesome viewers!!
We know that it doesn’t mean too much to other youtubers (I don’t see them making videos like this about a million views—it’s usually about getting a million SUBSCRIBERS), but we think it’s important to set realistic goals every year and achieve them.

Our Youtube goals for 2014

At the beginning of 2014 we set goals for our channel, and reaching 1 million views was one of them!
Also on the list:


Translation: Kim Jae Woong Comes Out: The Problem Isn't Homosexuality but Rather the Directorial Style (김재웅 커밍아웃, 문제는 동성애가 아니라 연출방식이다)

Netizen Buzz did a good job translating an article on Net News titled TV show Sharehouse forces designer Kim Jae Woong to come out. I'm not really sure why they didn't translate the entire article, but I wanted to translate the rest of the thoughts the editor had on the manner in which Kim Jae Woong came out on Sharehouse. If you see any problems with my translation, please let me know! 


Queer Links from the Week

Days after Sewol Tragedy

THE CATASTROPHE

When I woke up today, my husband was watching the news about the sinking of a ferry in South Korea, a tragedy that has brought sorrow all over the nation. It has been four days since the 6,825-ton vessel, Sewol, capsized off Korea’s southwest coast, but rescuers are yet to find hundreds of passengers still unaccounted for, and more and more families receive devastating news as names of victims confirmed dead are announced each day.


Days after Sewol Tragedy

THE CATASTROPHE When I woke up today, my husband was watching the news about the sinking of a ferry in South Korea, a tragedy that has brought sorrow all over the nation. It has been four days since the 6,825-ton vessel, Sewol, … Continue reading

Philippines: Too Dangerous for Koreans?

The news of the death of a Korean student in the Philippines hit the headlines this week and sparks worry about the safety of Koreans living in the country. The 21-year old student, who had been living in Manila with her brother for several years, was abducted last month. She was last seen riding a taxi in Pasay City on March 3.


Queer Links from the Week

Just two links for my readers this week. The article on the doctor in Busan is fantastic though!


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